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Native Okinawan Village and Omoro Arboretum

Be

Be

Summary

omoro name Be
Japanese name Rice
Course name Gramineae
Dialect name nni

Position in garden

Plant properties

Stem of rice branches off in root and grows up and becomes 50-90 centimeters in height. There is one spikelet in point of each twig which branched off into majority. This panicle stands with so-called ear of rice at time of flower, but has dripping for self-respect as rice ripens. As for the rice, paddy-rice cultivated with aquatic plant in rice field is essentially important, but, deep floating rice to grow underwater, there is rice grown in a dry field which we can grow again even if there is little water. We work on rice-transplanting to Honda in the Honshu central part in the rainy season, and paddy-rice harvests in around October, but the first cropping disseminates in Okinawa in around February and disseminates by crop, semiannual crop in July in July and harvests in November.

The use

[fruit] : Staple food, materials of rice cake, spirit powder, cake, paste, raw materials of sake, miso, soy sauce
[culm] : Rope, straw sandals, floor, feed, manure of tatami mat

At their best calendar

There be omorosaushi Vol. 10 539

Meaning of song
Famous ura of Ishiki strand
Of state in an uproar at joy
Excellent thing
Famous ura of Niizaki
Of being in an uproar at joy
Excellent thing
On today's good day
On today's bright day
Take down rice rice (rice)
Drop new rice
(to prosper)

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